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Artificial Intelligence
02
Feb

AI Passes U.S. Medical Licensing Exam

Two artificial intelligence (AI) programs, including ChatGPT, have passed the U.S. Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), according to two recent papers.

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17
Nov

The lack of clinical trials may be holding back AI adoption in healthcare

The healthcare industry has a lot of hope for machine learning solutions across patient care. However, there are many barriers to widespread adoption keeping machine learning from being implemented into clinical practice.

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05
Nov

AI identifies Parkinson’s from breathing patterns

A new artificial intelligence (AI) model from researchers at MIT can detect Parkinson’s disease, a notoriously difficult disease to detect, through breathing patterns. The tool could help alleviate the disease onset gap between when symptoms of Parkinson’s first appear and when most people receive a diagnosis. The MIT team that developed the AI model uses...

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28
Oct

Developing trust in healthcare AI, step by step

A new analysis examines how artificial intelligence in medicine can impact clinical decisions and identifies the steps that could build more trust in machine learning models from doctors and patients.

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17
Oct

Australia’s antibiotic shortage is the worst GP has seen in 15 years

General practice doctors across Australia are raising concerns about a shortage of antibiotics, which is leaving them unable to prescribe the best medications for patients, especially in regional areas. The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) rural health chair Michael Clements said GPs were struggling to prescribe common antibiotic medications, as well as other painkillers,...

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14
Oct

Success of experience Alzheimer’s drug hailed as “historic moment”

An experimental drug has slowed the rate of decline in memory and thinking in people with early Alzheimer’s disease in what is being described as a “historic moment” for dementia treatment.

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12
Oct

Children sought for wheeze medicine trial as part of Australia – wide study

In a first for Australian health services, children aged one to six are being sought to participate in trials for medication to treat a viral-induced wheeze. Albury Wodonga Health director of paediatrics Dr Mark Norden, said the trial was “ground-breaking” and would help prevent future hospitalisations.

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10
Oct

Researchers create guide for fair and equitable AI in health care

During the past several decades, health care systems have amassed giant stores of patient data through electronic health records, logging, disease-linked genetic aberrations, drug interactions, success rates of cancer therapies and more. Now, doctors and researchers with access to this trove of health information are at an inflection point. Through artificial intelligence, health systems have...

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28
Sep

Maternal-assisted caesareans, an experience some mothers crave

If the concept of a maternal-assisted caesarean – when the birthing mother reaches her gloved hands down to lift her baby out of her abdomen and on to her chest – is news to you, and perhaps slightly shocking, it shouldn’t be.

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23
Sep

A new trial in South Australia hopes to diagnose Parkinson’s disease earlier by checking dopamine levels in the brain

More than 100,000 Australians are living with Parkinson’s disease, a condition that impacts movement, learning and behaviour. Researchers understand the disease is linked to low dopamine levels in the brain and plan to use that knowledge in a nation-first data-collection trial.

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